Hi, how do I find the intersection point for this given that p is between and not including 2 and 3 ? Thanks !
wish the textbook had solutions...
thank you so much ! you will be responsible for passing my exam ! I just dont understand the last line, although igto to the second last line ? so please explain ? also, how do you proceed to find p and x when x>0 ?
First off there are no real solutions for $x>0$ if $p < e$
If $p=e$ there is one real solution, $x=e$
If $p>e$ there are two real solutions
What class is this for? I'd be very surprised if you are expected to know what the Lambert W function is.
Most likely you are expected to solve this numerically, or graphically, or something.
Can you ask your professor?